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Huge Folding Stock Anchor Circa 1830

  • Price: $11,000 USD

          Statement piece!

          This anchor dates to 1830 – 1860

  • This behemoth was pulled from the Atlantic by a Chincoteague shrimp boat. It was found in the vicinity of the Juno wreck, although it’s not quite old enough to have been from the Juno.

    Like most of these old beasts, it came up without it’s stock. Replacement was fabbed from 4″ hot rolled steel pipe.

    The shank measures 10′ 6″ long and it is 76″ across the flukes. Has a 9′ stock and weighs 2500 pounds.

    It has been professionally preserved and is rock solid.

    It’s the perfect piece for a marina, bar, restaurant, or a private collection.

    This thing is an attention getter.

    People can’t help but stop and take pictures and ask about it.

    Don’t worry about the logistics. Delivery is available.

    You only regret the things you DON’T buy!

  • Located in Maryland

Details are deemed to be correct but are not guaranteed and should be independently verified.

Please contact us for further information    sms@scrutonmarine.com
Scruton Marine Inc.  Phone 519-583-1636
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